Volunteer Victim Advocates provide in person direct services to survivors at local emergency rooms and law enforcement centers.*
Hotline & Crisis Intervention
Hotline volunteers are integral to our crisis intervention services – they answer calls on our 24-hour hotline. *
Assisting with childcare in the shelter and for groups is an important and gratifying role that makes a difference in the lives of the children we serve.*
*Victim Advocacy, Hotline & Crisis Intervention, and Childcare volunteer opportunities require a 60-Hour Domestic & Sexual Violence Certification.
Information on the next 60-Hour Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Certification can be found HERE.
Promote our mission by supporting various events and marketing efforts at Mutual Ground and in the community. Volunteer also on-site and assist with projects. Current Opportunities:
- Clothing Closet Workers – Volunteer within your schedule. Help us sort donated clothing and organize our on-site clothing closet.
- Gala Volunteers – Looking for 30 dedicated volunteers to work our annual Gala on Thursday, April 25 for set up and Friday, April 26 at the event.
- Prepare Dinner/Baked Goods for our Shelter Residents – Provide a meal or baked goods for our shelter residents. Food will be dropped off, not served. Please plan to feed 25 people, including children.
Corporate or Community Groups
We welcome community groups as well as corporate groups wishing to undertake an on-site project, volunteer for an event, or establish a day of caring at Mutual Ground. We will provide a valuable day of volunteering that includes an overview of our organization and a tour if possible.
To volunteer or for any questions, contact Julie Ford, Volunteer Program Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630.897.0084 ext 104.